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Cup made of woven split bamboo, covered with lacquer - black on the exterior and red on the interior. Yun decoration on the outside (mostly at the lip in the form of concentric circles with small descending swags) in a silver colour, or some other very pale colouring. An engraved bird is seen on the belly of the cup. The shape is globular, with an inverted lip. Made at Ava in the workshop of Hsaya Ngwe. Inscribed. For similar cups in the Isaacs Collection, see Isaacs and Blurton, 2000, cats. 143 and 144, pp191-2.
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Diameter: 9.50 centimetres (max (approx))
Height: 7 centimetres
- Not on display
- Inside, the red lacquer has come away around the base; on the outside, there is some damage both at the lip and around the rim.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Given to Mr. Isaacs by U Aung Shwe (Rangoon), in December 1992.
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- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: Isaacs 191